Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 16286187-4-KIT FujiFilm
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DIGIT AL CAMERA FINEPIX HS35EXR Owner ’ s Manual Thank you for your pur chase of this product. Thi s manu al describes how to use y our F UJI FILM d igital camera and the s upplied sof tware. Be sur e that you hav e re ad and understood it s con ten t s and the warning s in “ F or Y our Safety ” ( P ii) befor e using the camera.
ii • Rea d Ins tru cti ons : All the sa fet y and op eratin g i nstru cti ons shoul d b e read b efore the a pplian ce is op er- ated . • Ret ain I nst ruc ti ons: T he s afet y an d op eratin g i nstru cti ons shoul d b e reta ined fo r futu re referen ce.
iii For Y our Safet y Powe r L ine s: An out side ante nna sy s- tem s hould not b e lo cated in th e vic init y o f o verhea d p ower lines or othe r ele ctr ic li ght or p ower circuit s, or w here it can fa ll into suc h powe r line s o r circuit s.
iv For Y our Safet y Be sur e to read th is notes be fore u sing Saf ety No tes • Make sure that yo u use your camer a cor rec tly. Rea d the se S afet y Note s and your O wner ’s Manual c areful ly bef ore use. • Af ter read ing the se Safe ty No tes, sto re them in a s afe pla ce.
v For Y our Safet y WARNING Do n ot h eat, cha nge or ta ke a par t th e bat te ry. D o no t dr op or sub jec t th e bat- ter y to imp ac ts. Do not st ore th e b att er y w ith me tal lic pr odu ct s. Do no t u se ch arg ers o the r tha n the s pec if ied mo del t o cha rge t he ba tte ry.
vi For Y our Safet y Powe r Supp ly an d Bat ter y * Conf irm your b atter y t ype b efore rea d- ing th e follo wing de script ions . Th e follow ing ex plains p roper u se of bat terie s a nd h ow to pro long their life.
vii For Y our Safet y • Do n ot use bat teri es that are l eak- ing, d efor med, dis color ed. • Do n ot sto re b atte ries in warm o r humi d places . • Kee p the b atter ies out o f reac h of bab ies and s mall chil dren. • Make sure t hat th e bat ter y po larit y ( C and D ) is correc t.
viii For Y our Safet y • Do not t ake apar t the AC pow er adap ter. Doing s o could b e dan- gero us. • Do not us e the AC p ower ad apter in a hot a nd humid p lace. • Do no t sub jec t th e AC po wer adap ter to stro ng sho cks . • Th e AC p ower ada pter may emit a hummi ng.
ix For Y our Safet y NOTIC ES T o prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Please read the “Safety Notes” and make sure you un- derstand them before using the camera. Perchlorat e Material—special handling may apply.
x About T his Manual Before usi ng the camera, read this manu al and the warnings on pages ii–ix. For informa tion on specific topics, c onsult the sou rces below .
xi For Y ou r Safet y ................................................................................. ii IMPO RT ANT SAFE TY I NSTRU CT IONS ...................................... i i Safe ty N otes ..................................................
xii T able of Contents n Face Recog nition .................................................................... 56 Addin g New Faces .......................................................................56 Vie wing, Edit ing, and D eletin g Exis ting Dat a .
xiii T able of Contents Men us Using t he Menu s: Shoo ting Mo de .........................................8 6 Using the S hootin g Menu .........................................................86 Shoo ting Men u Options ..............................
xiv T able of Contents H SHUT T ER VOLUME ............................................................. 1 03 e SHUT T ER SOUND................................................................ 1 03 I PLA Y BA CK VOLUME ..................................
1 Be fore Y ou B egi n Introdu c tion Symbols and Con ventions The following symbols ar e used in this ma nual: c : This i nformation s hould be read before u se to ens ure corr ec t operation. a : Points t o note when u sing the camera. b : Addition al informa tion that ma y be h el pful when using the camera.
2 Introduction Parts of t he C a mera For more i nformation , refer t o the page listed to the rig ht of each it em. 8 Mem or y card slot cover ....................... 1 2 9 I ( conti nuous sh ootin g ) but ton ............... 43 1 0 Stra p eyelet ...
3 Be fore Y ou B egi n Introduction 3 3 WB ( whi te balance ) bu tton ..........................53 H ( imag e search ) but ton.......................... 6 4 34 Ele ctronic v iew finder .............................. 4 3 5 Eye s ensor .................
4 Introduction The El ect ron ic View f inde r (EVF) The elec tronic view finder pro v ides the sam e information as the mo nit or, and can be used when bright lighting conditions make the display in the monitor dif ficult to see. Press E VF / LCD b utton to selec t from the auto sw it ch, monitor , or ele ctric view find er mode.
5 Be fore Y ou B egi n Introduction Camera Di splays The fol lowing indicat ors may appear duri ng shooti ng and playback. The i ndicators dis played var y with camera settings.
6 Introduction ■ P la yback 100- 0001 400 12 / 31 / 2050 YouTube 10 : 00 AM 1 / 250 F 4.5 N 9 D ynamic ran ge ..........................................8 8 1 0 E mo de ..............................................23 1 1 Ad vanced Filter ...........
7 Be fore Y ou B egi n Introduction Hidi ng and V iewin g Indic ator s Press DISP /BACK to cycle through shooting and p la yb ack indicators as follows: • Sho oting : Indicat or s dis played /indica.
Fir st Ste ps 8 A t tach ing Ac cesso ries First Ste ps The Strap Attach the strap to the two str ap eyelets as shown below . c T o avoid dr op ping the camera, b e su re the s trap is c or- rec tly secured. The Lens Cap Attach th e lens cap as shown.
Fir st Ste ps 9 Cha rging the Battery The ba t tery i s not c harged at shipmen t. Charge the batter y befor e use. 1 Place the batter y in the cha rger. Plac e the bat te r y in the supplied bat t er y char ger as shown. Batter y char ger Batter y Char ge lamp Arrow The camera uses an NP-W 1 26 recharge able bat - tery.
1 0 Inserting the Battery Insert the batteries in the camera as describe d below . 1 Op en the batter y-chamber cover . Slide the bat t er y- ch am- ber lat ch in the direction shown and open the bat - tery- cham b er c over . a Be sure the camera is of f before op ening the bat- tery -chamber cover .
Fir st Ste ps 1 1 Inserting the Bat tery 3 Close the bat t er y- chamber cov er . Pr ess the c over down un- til it cl ick s in to plac e. Remov ing th e Batt er y Before removing the b atter y , turn the came r a of f and o pen the batter y- chamber cover .
1 2 Inserting a Memory Card Although the camera can store pic tu res in inter - nal memor y , optiona l SD , SDHC and SD X C mem- or y c ards (sold separat ely) can be used to store additional pi c ture s . 1 Op en the memor y card slot c over . a Be sure the camera is of f be - fore o pening th e memo ry card slot co ver.
Fir st Ste ps 1 3 Inserting a Mem ory Card 3 Close the memor y card slot cov er . Remov ing Me mor y Car ds Af ter confir ming that the cam - era is of f , press the card in and then release it slowly . The card can now be removed by hand. c • The memor y card may spring out if you remove your finger immediately af ter pushi ng th e card in.
1 4 Inserting a Mem ory Card ■ C om patible M emor y Cards FU JIF ILM and SanDis k S D, SDHC, and S DX C mem - or y cards have b een approved for u se in t he cam- era. A complete list of approv e d memor y card s is avail able at http:/ /w ww .fujifilm .
Fir st Ste ps 1 5 T urning the C amera on an d O ff Rotat e the ON/OFF switc h to ON to turn the camera on. Selec t OF F to turn the camera of f . b Switc hing to P laybac k Mode Press the a but ton to star t playback. Press a but ton again or press the shut ter b utton half way to return to shooting mod e.
1 6 Basic S etup A language-selec tion dialog i s di splayed the first ti me the camera is turned on. Set up the camera as described below (for i nformation on r eset ting t he clock or changing l anguages, see page 1 0 1 ) . START MENU SET NO ENGLISH PORTUGUÊS ESPAÑOL FRANCAIS DEUTSCH 1 High light a la nguage and pres s MENU/OK .
1 7 Ba sic Pho togr aphy an d Playba ck T ak in g Pictures in R ( E A UT O ) Mode This sec tion de scribes how to take pi c tures i n R ( E A UTO ) mode. 1 Sele ct a mode. When you ro tate the mode dia l to O , the R displa y will appear i n the LC D monitor .
1 8 T aking Pictures in R ( E A UTO) Mode 2 Frame the picture. Use the zoom ring to frame the pic ture in the dis play . The zoom i ndica- tor appe ars. Z o om ring Z o om indic ator b Focu s Lock Use focus lo ck ( P 37) to focus on s ubje cts that are not in the focus fram e .
1 9 Ba sic Pho togr aphy an d Playba ck T aking Pictures in R ( E A UTO) Mode 3 Focus. Pr ess the shut t er button halfway to f o cu s. If the cam era is able to foc us , it will beep t wic e and the indica tor lam p will glow gr een.
20 T aking Pictures in R ( E A UTO) Mode Sile nt Mode In s ituations in which camera sounds or lights ma y be unwelcome, hold the DISP / BACK but ton down until o is displa yed .
2 1 Ba sic Pho togr aphy an d Playba ck Viewi ng Pictures Pictures c an b e view ed in the monit or . When taking impor tan t photograph s, take a test shot and check the res ults. 1 Press the a button. The most recen t pic tur e will b e displa yed in the monit or.
22 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooti ng Mode Choose a s hooting mode accor ding to the scene or t ype of subject . T o choose a shooting mo de , ro tate t he mode dia l to the desi red setting.
2 3 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode O ( E AUT O/ E Priorit y ) Optimiz e settings for your current su bjec t or i mprove cl arit y , reduc e noise , or enh ance dynamic r ange . Ro tate the mode dial to O and choose one of t he f ollowing E modes in the shooting me nu.
2 4 Shooting Mode Adva nced An ti Blur When n is displayed, the cam era will take a series of exp osu res and combine them to form a single image, reducing “noise” ( mot tling) and blur . a n is available when ON is s elected in the sho oting menu ( P 90) and the f las h ( P 40) is o ff or set to aut o.
2 5 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode ■ ADV ANCED FIL TER T ake photos with lter e ects. Choose from the following lt ers. Filter Description G TOY CAMERA Choose for a retro toy camera ef- fect. H MINIATURE The tops and bottoms of pictures are blurred for a diorama e ect.
26 Shooting Mode ■ j PRO L OW-LIGHT Each t ime the shutter button is pressed, the camera ma kes four e xposur es a nd c ombines them in to a s ingle phot ograph. Use to reduc e noi se and b l ur when photographing po orly lit subjec ts or static subj e cts at high z o om ra tios.
2 7 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode ■ i INDIVID. SH UT TER 3 D T ake two sho t s from dif fe rent angles t o cre ate a 3D im age. 1 T o cho ose the order in which the pictures ar e tak- en, press the selec tor righ t to dis play the current order and then press the selec t or lef t or righ t to choose from t he options below .
28 Shooting Mode View ing an d Print ing 3D Imag es • The ca mera displays images in 2D. Press the selec tor down to toggle bet ween the first and second shots . • Dev ices equi ppe d for 3 D disp lay , such as the FINEP IX REAL 3D V3 digital p hot o frame or FI NEPIX REAL 3D W3 digital camer a, will di splay the images in 3D.
29 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode SP 1 /SP 2 : SCENE P OSIT ION The camera of fers a c hoice of “ scenes, ” each adapted to par ticul ar shooting conditions or a specific t ype of s ubjec t. U se the A SCENE POSIT ION option in the shooting menu to choose the scene a ssigned to the SP 1 / SP2 position on t he mo de di al.
30 Shooting Mode l DOG / m CAT The camera fo cuses on the faces of dogs or c ats that are facing the camer a, and the self-timer menu o ffer s a n AUTO R ELEAS E option th at releases the shutter automatically when a p et i s detec ted ( P 42 ). During pla y- back , image search ( P 6 4 ) can b e used to sear ch for pic tures taken in either mode.
3 1 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode r MOT ION PANORAMA 360 Follo w an on-screen guide to take phot os that will aut omatically be joined to form a panorama. 1 Rotat e the zoom ring un til the zoom indica tor turns whi te ( P 1 8 ). 2 T o select the angle thr ough which you will pan the camera while shooting, press the selec tor down.
3 2 Shooting Mode c • Panoramas a re cr eated f rom multiple f rames. The camera may in som e cases record a gre ater or lesser angle than selec ted or be unable to stitch the fram es together p erfec tly . T he last par t of the panorama may not b e r e c orde d i f sho oting en ds b efore the panorama is complete.
3 3 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode P : PROGRAM AE In thi s mode, the camera sets exposure aut omatically . If desir ed, you can choose dif fer ent c ombinati ons of shutter s p eed and aper tur e that wil l pr oduce the same exposure (pr ogram shif t) .
34 Shooting Mode S : SHUTTER PRIO RITY AE Choose the shutter spee d using the comm and dial , while the camera ad- justs aper tur e for optima l e xpos ure. 1000 Shutter s pee d c • If the correct exposure can n ot be achieved at the selec ted shutter spe ed, aper ture will b e displa yed in red.
3 5 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Shooting Mode M : MANUA L In this mode, you cho ose both shutter speed and aper ture . If desired, expo - sur e can be alter ed from the value sug- gested by the camera. Pr ess the d but ton to choose b etween shutter speed and aperture and rotat e the c ommand di al to adj ust the selec ted setting.
36 Shooting Mode C : CUS TOM MODE In P , S , A , M and all E mo des e x - cep t R , the K CUSTOM SET option in the shooti ng menu ( P 92 ) c an be used to save curren t camera and menu settings. These set ti ngs are recalled whenever the mode di al is ro tated to C ( custom mode ).
3 7 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Foc us Lock T o c ompose photograph s with of f-cen ter sub jec ts: 1 Position the su bjec t in the focus frame. 2 Focus. Pr ess the shutter but t on halfway to set focus and exposure . Focu s and ex- posur e wil l rem ain locked while the shutter but t on is pressed half wa y (AF / AE lock).
38 The A E / A F LOCK B ut to n The AE / AF LOCK but t on can be used to lock exposure or f ocus. Lock ing Ex posure 1 Meter ex posure . Po sition the subjec t in the focus f rame and press the AE/AF LOCK but t on to met er expo - sur e. 2 Focus. Keeping the AE / AF LOCK but t on pressed, pr ess the shutter but t on halfway to focus.
3 9 Mor e on Phot ogra phy F Macro and S uper Macro Modes ( C lose- ups ) For close-ups, pres s the selec tor left ( F ) to choose from the macr o options sho wn b elow .
40 N Usi ng the Fl ash ( Super-Intell igent F lash ) When the f las h is used, the camera’ s Super - In telligent F lash system i nstantly analyzes the sc ene based on such fac tors as the brightness of the subjec t, its p os ition in the fr ame , and its distanc e fr om the camera.
4 1 Mor e on Phot ogra phy N Using the F lash (Super - Intelligent F lash) c The f lash may fire several times with each shot. Do not move the c amera until s ho oting is c omplete. a • The p eripheral par t of an image may be dark when using the f lash.
42 J Usi ng the Self- Timer T o u se the self-timer , press the selec t or down ( h ) and choose from the followi ng options: OFF OFF Opt ion De scr iptio n T (OF F ) Self-timer of f. n (A U T O RELEA SE) The shutter is released automatically when the camera detect s the face of a cat or do g ( P 30).
43 Mor e on Phot ogra phy I Co ntinuo us Shooting ( Burst Mode ) Captur e motion or aut omatically vary selec ted settings ov er a series of pictures. Pr ess the I button and choose from the follo win.
44 I Continuous Shooting ( Bu rst Mode) ■ I TOP n The camera takes photograph s while the shutter but t on is pressed. T o choose the frame rate: 1 Pr ess the selec t or right when the camera is i n shooting mode. 2 Pr ess the selector up or down t o choose a frame rat e and press MENU/ OK t o select and re- turn to s hooting mode.
45 Mor e on Phot ogra phy I Continuous Shooting ( Bu rst Mode) 3 High light the number of shots and press the selec - tor r ig ht. Pres s the selec tor up or down to choose the number of shots in each.
46 I Continuous Shooting ( Bu rst Mode) ■ O AE BKT Each time the shut t er but ton is pressed, the camera tak es three shots: one us ing the metered value for exposure , the se c ond over exp osed b.
47 Mor e on Phot ogra phy d Exposure C ompensa tion Use exposur e compensa tion when photograph ing ver y brigh t, ver y dark, or high-contrast s ubjec ts. Pr ess the d but t on to di splay the e xposu re indica tor and rota te the comma nd dial to choose a value .
48 Meterin g T o choose how the came ra m et ers exposure , press the AE button and then choose from the fol lowing options. MUL TI PHOTOMETRY Opt ion De scr iptio n o (MUL TI) Automatic scene recognition is used to adjust exposure for a wide range o f shooting conditions.
49 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Foc us Mode T o choose how the c ame ra focuses, during still phot ography and movie recordi ng press the AF C - S -M but t on and then choose from the fol lowing options. CONTINUOUS AF FOCUSING Mod e Desc ript ion K (S INGLE AF ) Focus lock s while the shut ter button is pressed half way .
50 Focus Mode 1 • Use of a tripo d i s recommende d. Focus may be af fected i f the camera moves. • If ON is sele cted for j FOCUS C H ECK in the setup menu ( P 1 0 7), the whole image will be magnified to assist focus when the focus ring is rotated.
5 1 Mor e on Phot ogra phy Au tofocus Mode T o choose how the camera selec ts the focu s area when K is selec t ed f or f ocus mode ( P 4 9) , press the A F but t on and rota te the comma nd dia l. No te that regardles s of the option sele cted, the c am- era will focus on the subject in the cen ter of the monitor whe n macro mode is on ( P 39 ) .
5 2 Sensi tivity T o adj ust the camera’ s sensit ivit y to lig ht, press t he ISO but ton and choose from t he options below . 100 200 400 800 1600 3200 ISO 100 ISO Higher values can reduce blur; note, however , that mottling may appear in pic tures tak en at high sensitivities .
5 3 Mor e on Phot ogra phy For natural colors, press the WB but t on and choose a setting that ma tches the li ght sourc e. Op tion D esc ript ion AUTO White b alance adjusted automat ically. h Measure a value fo r white balance. i For subjec ts in dire ct sunlight .
54 The F n Button The r ole pla yed by the Fn button can be selec t ed us ing the F Fn BUT TON option in t he setup menu ( P 1 04) . The following opt ions are a vailable: IMAGE SIZE ( P 87) / IM AGE .
5 5 Mor e on Phot ogra phy T o use In tell igent F ac e D et ec - tion, press MENU/OK to displa y the shooting menu and se- lec t ON for b F A CE DETEC- TION . F aces can be detected with the camera in ver tical or horizon tal orien tation; if a face is detec t ed, it will be indica ted by a green bor - der .
56 n F ac e Recogni tion The camera can stor e informa tion on the fac e and personal detai ls ( name, relation ship , and birth dat e ) of por trait su bjec ts and assign these subj e cts priorit y for Inte lligent F ace D et ec tion or dis play their names and other informati on du ring playback.
5 7 Mor e on Phot ogra phy n Face Rec ognition Viewing, Edi ting, and D eleting E xisti ng Data Follo w the step s below t o view , edit, or delete face rec ognition data. 1 Sele ct VIE W & E DIT for n F A CE RECOG- NITIO N . 2 Sele ct a face. 3 View or e dit face rec o gnit ion data.
58 n Face Rec ognition Face Recog niti on The cam era can store up to eight fa c es . If you attempt to add a ninth fa c e, a confirmation dialog will be dis- played; use VIEW & E DIT to make r o om for new faces by deleting exis ting da ta .
59 Mor e on Play bac k Pla yba ck Options T o vie w the most recen t pic tur e in the monit or , press t he a but ton. 100-0001 1 / 1000 F4 . 5 F4 .5 2 2 - 1 - 1 3 3 Pr ess the s elector right t o v iew pictures in the orde r rec orded, left t o view pic - tures in r everse order .
60 Playback Options Playback Zoom Pr ess k to zoom in on pictures displa yed in sin- gle-f rame playback; n to zoom out. When the picture i s zoomed in, the selector can be used t o view are as of the image not cu rrently vis ible in t he dis play .
6 1 Mor e on Play bac k Playback Options Mult i- F rame Playback T o change the number of im ages dis played, pr ess n in si ngle -frame view . Pr ess n to view more images. 100-0001 Pr ess k to view fewer images. Use the selec t or to highl ight images and press MENU/ OK to view the h ighligh ted image full frame .
62 A Deleting P ictures T o delete individua l pictures, multiple selec t ed pictures, or al l pic tures, press MENU/OK , selec t A ER ASE ( P 93 ) , and choose from the opt ions b e- low . Note that deleted pictures can not be recov ered. C opy impor t ant pictures to a c omputer or other st orage devic e before proceeding.
63 Mor e on Play bac k Viewi ng Phot o Informa tion Phot o informa tion can be viewed by pres sing the inf o button. 100-0001 12/31/2050 1 / 1000 F4 . 5 10 : 00 AM 2 - 1 3 3:2 F 200 D-RANGE COLOR TONE : 200 : STD : STD : STD : PROVIA : AUTO SHARPNESS WHITE BALANCE FILM SIM.
64 Image S earch Sear ch for images b y various crite ria. 1 Pr ess the H but t on during pla yback . 2 High light one of the followi ng options and press MEN U/OK : Op tion D esc ript ion BY DATE Find all pi ctures taken on a sele cted date. BY FACE Find all pictures base d on sp ecifie d f ace informati on.
65 Mor e on Play bac k Cre ate book s from y our favorite pho tos. Creati ng a P hotoBoo k X Pho toBook Assist 1 Select X PHOTOBOOK ASSIST in the play- back menu. 2 High light NEW BOOK . 3 Pr ess MENU/OK to di splay the new book dialog. 4 Choose pictures for the new book.
66 k PhotoBook Assist 8 Pr ess MENU/OK . The new book wil l be added to the li st in the photobook assi st menu. c • Photobook s can contain up t o 30 0 pictures. • Boo ks that contain no photos are automatically deleted. Photo Book s Photobook s can b e copied to a computer using the supplied MyFinePix Studio sof t ware .
6 7 Mor e on Play bac k If you press the selec tor down when a panorama is displ ayed full fr ame , the camera wil l pla y back the picture from lef t t o right or from bottom t o top.
68 Movi es Reco rding Mo vies Pr ess z t o shoot a movie. During record ing, the fol lowing indicat ors wil l b e dis played and sound wil l be recor de d via t he built -in microphone (be careful not t o co ver the micr ophone during recor ding) .
69 Movi es Aut omatic Scene Selec tion In R mode, the camera selec ts the scene accord- ing to shooting conditions and the type of subject: d (por traits), d (poorly-lit landscapes), f (poor- ly-lit por traits), c (landscapes), e (close -ups), g (backlit por traits), or a (other subjects).
7 0 Recording Movies Movie Fr ame S ize Before rec ording, selec t a frame s ize us ing the W MOVIE MO DE option in t he shooti ng menu ( P 90) . Opt ion De scr iptio n i 19 20 (1 920 × 1 0 80) Full HD ( High De finition ). h 1 280 (1 280 × 7 20 ) High Definition.
7 1 Movi es a Viewi ng Movi es Duri ng pl ayback ( P 5 9 ), movie s ar e dis play ed in the monit or as sho wn at righ t. The fol lowing opera tions can b e per f ormed whi le a mo vie is dis play ed: 100-006 PLAY Ope rati on Desc rip tion Start / pause playback Pre ss the se lec tor down t o star t playba ck.
72 Conn ecti ons Viewi ng Pictures on TV Connect the camera to a T V to s how pic tur es to a gr oup. 1 T urn the camera of f. 2 Con ne ct the camera usi ng the A / V cable or an HDMI cable a vailable from th ird par ty suppliers.
7 3 Conn ecti ons Viewing Pictures on T V 3 T une the televis ion to the video or HD MI input channel. See the documentati on supplied with the televi sion for detai ls. 4 T urn the camera on and press the a button. The camera moni tor turns of f and pictures and mov- ies are played back on the T V .
7 4 Pr inting P ictures via USB If the print er support s PictBridge, the camera can b e connec t ed directly to the prin ter and pictures can be printed without first b ei ng c opied to a compute r . Not e that depending on the prin ter , not al l the func tions de scribe d below ma y be suppor ted.
7 5 Conn ecti ons Printing P ic tures via US B b Prin ting t he Date of Re cord ing T o print the date of recording on pic tures, press DISP/ BACK in steps 1– 2 to display th e Pic tBridge menu (see “Printing th e DPOF P rint Order ,” below).
7 6 Printing P ic tures via US B 4 Pr ess MENU/ OK to star t prin ting. Dur ing Pr intin g The m essage shown at right is displayed during printing. Press DISP/BACK to cancel be - fore all pic tures are printed (depending o n the pr in ter , printing may end before the current picture has printed).
77 Conn ecti ons Printing P ic tures via US B Th e K PRIN T ORD ER (DPO F) option in th e playback m enu can b e use d to create a digital “prin t o rder” for Pic tBridge -compatibl e print er s ( P 1 09) or dev ices that suppor t DPOF .
7 8 Printing P ic tures via US B 5 Pr ess the selector up or down t o choose the number of c opies ( up to 99) . T o remove a pic - ture from the order , pres s the selec t or down unt il the number of copi es is 0.
7 9 Conn ecti ons Printing P ic tures via US B a • Remove the m emor y card to cr eate or modif y a print order for the pic tures in in ternal memor y . • Print orders can contain a maximum of 999 pic tures. • If a memor y card is inser ted containi ng a print order cre- ated by another camera, the message show n a t right will be displayed.
80 Viewi ng Pictures on a C omputer The supplied soft ware ca n be used to c opy pictures t o a comput er , where they can be stored, vie wed, orga nized, and print ed. B ef ore proceeding, in stall the sof t war e as described below . Do not c onnect t he camer a to the c omputer until i nstalla tion is complet e .
8 1 Conn ecti ons Viewing Pictures on a Computer 2 S tar t the com puter . Log in t o an acc ount with admi nistrat or privileges b ef ore proceeding. 3 Exit any applica tions tha t may be running a nd inser t the in staller CD in a C D -ROM drive. Wind ows 8/ Win dows 7 / Win dows Vi sta If an AutoPla y dialog is displa yed, click SE TUP .
82 Viewing Pictures on a Computer Maci ntosh: Instal ling RAW FILE C ONVERTER RA W FILE C ONVERTER is used t o view RAW i mages on your com puter . 1 Con firm that the com puter meets the following system r equiremen ts: CPU Intel (Core 2 Duo or b etter) OS Pre- installe d versions of Ma c OS X version 1 0.
83 Conn ecti ons Viewing Pictures on a Computer 4 Remove the in staller C D from the CD -ROM drive. Note that you ma y be unable to remove the CD if Safari is running ; if ne c essar y , quit Safari before re moving the CD. St ore the installer C D in a dr y location out of dir ec t sun light in ca se you nee d t o re- i nstall the sof tware.
84 Viewing Pictures on a Computer 1 If t he pictures y ou wish to copy are st ored on a memor y card, insert the card into the camera ( P 1 2) . a Windows users may requir e the Windows CD when star ting the sof t ware for the first time.
85 Conn ecti ons Viewing Pictures on a Computer c • If a m emor y card containi ng a large number of images is inser ted, th ere may b e a delay before the sof tware star ts and you may be unable to impor t or s av e im- ages. Use a memo ry card reader to transfer pic tures.
86 Me nus Usi ng the Menus: S hooting Mode Use the shooting m en us to adjust shoot ing set - tings. The options avai lable var y with the shoot- ing mode selec t e d. Using t he Shooting Menu 1 Pr ess MENU/OK to di splay the shoot - ing menu. 2 Pr ess the selec t or up or down to highl ight the des ired menu ite m.
87 Me nus Using the Menus: S ho oting Mode O IMAGE SI ZE [ O 4 : 3 ] Choose the image size and aspect r a tio at which pic tur es are recorded. Large pic tures can be prin ted at la rge size s with no drop in qual- it y , while sma ll pictures requi re less memory , al- lowing more pi c tures t o be recor de d.
88 Using the Menus: S ho oting Mode U D YNA MIC R ANGE [AUTO ] Con trol con trast. Higher values are recommend- ed f or sc enes th at i nclude both s unligh t and deep shade or for i ncreased .
89 Me nus Using the Menus: S ho oting Mode d WB SHI FT White balanc e can be fine-tuned. Adju st the se - lec t ed c olor axis ( R– C y =Re d-C yan or B- Y e =Blue– Y el low) by + 3 to – 3 in incr ements of one. f COLOR [MID] Adj ust color dens it y ( HIGH / MID / LOW ).
90 Using the Menus: S ho oting Mode Z ADV ANCED ANTI B L U R [ ON] Selec t ON to enable advanced anti blur in R mode ( P 2 4) . b F ACE DETEC TION Choose whether the camera automa tically de - tect s and sets f ocus and exp os ure for human por- trait sub jec ts ( P 5 5) .
9 1 Me nus Using the Menus: S ho oting Mode J AE BK T EV STEPS [± 1 / 3 ] Choose the s ize of the exposu re bracketi ng incre- ment used when O (AE bracketing ) is selec ted in con tinuous s hooting mode ( P 46) .
9 2 Using the Menus: S ho oting Mode K CUSTOM SET Save settings for P , S , A , M and all O m odes exce pt R ( P 36) . 2 ELEC TRONI C LEVEL [OFF] This option is useful to corr ec t for camera til t. Wh en ON i s selec t ed, 2 lines are dis played acros s the screen as shown.
93 Me nus Usi ng the Menus: P la yback Mode Using t he Pl aybac k Menu 1 Pr ess the a but t on t o en ter play- back mode. 2 Pr ess MENU/OK to displa y the play- back menu. 3 Pr ess the selec t or up or down to highl ight the des ired menu ite m. 4 Pr ess the selec tor righ t to displ ay op - tions f or the highlig hted ite m.
94 Using the Menus: P lay back Mode j MARK FO R UPLO AD TO Selec t pictures for upload to Y ou T ube or F ace- book using MyFi nePix Stud io ( Windows only ) . ■ Selec ting Pictur es for Upl oad 1 Select Y ou T ub e to choose movies for upload to Y ou T ub e , F A CEBOOK to choose photos and movies for upload t o F acebook.
95 Me nus Using the Menus: P lay back Mode I SLIDE S HOW [MUL TI PLE] View pictures in an aut omat ed slide show . Choose the t ype of show and pr ess MENU/ OK to star t. Pr ess DISP/BA CK at any time during the show to view on-screen help. The show can be ended at any t ime by press ing MENU/OK .
96 Using the Menus: P lay back Mode D PROTECT Pr otect pic tures fr om acciden tal deletion. 1 Select D PROTEC T in the pl ayback menu. 2 High light one of the followi ng options and press MEN U/OK : • FRA ME : Pr otect selec t ed pictures. Pre ss the selec t or lef t or right to view pic tures and press MENU /OK t o selec t or deselect.
97 Me nus Using the Menus: P lay back Mode O RES IZE Cre ate a s mall cop y of the curren t pic tur e. 1 Dis play the desi red pic tur e. 2 Select O R ESIZE in the pla yback menu. 3 High light a siz e and press MENU/OK to displa y a con f irm ation dialog.
98 Using the Menus: P lay back Mode E COPY Copy pictures from in ternal memor y to a memor y card. 1 Select E COPY in the pla yback menu. 2 High light one of the followi ng options and press t he sele ctor righ t: • a INTERNAL MEMORY y b C ARD : Copy pic - tures from intern al memor y to a memor y card.
99 Me nus Using the Menus: P lay back Mode n ER ASE FA CE R EC O G. Remove f ac e recogniti on links f rom the curren t image . When this option is selec t e d, the camera will z oom in on an ar ea in the cu rrent picture th at it has ma tched with a face i n the face recognit ion database .
1 00 1 D i splay the setup menu. 1 . 1 P ress MENU/OK to displa y the menu for the c urrent mode. 1 . 2 Press t he sele ctor left to high- ligh t a lef t tab. 1 . 3 Press the selector up or down to select 4 . The setup menu appears. EXIT SET SET- UP EXIT SET SET -UP T ab 2 Adjust set tings.
1 01 Me nus The Setup M enu Default values ar e shown in squa re brackets [ ]. F DA TE/ TIM E Set the camera clock ( P 1 6 ). N TIME D IFFER ENCE [ h ] Swi tch the camera clock instantly f r om your home ti me zone to t he local ti me at your desti- nati on when tr a veling.
1 02 The Setup M enu R RES ET Reset all set ting s exc ept F DA TE /T IME , N T IME DIFFERENCE , O BA CK G ROUND C OLOR , and Q VIDEO SYSTEM to default val ues. 1 High light R R ESET and press the selec tor right t o dis play a con firmation dia log.
1 03 Me nus The Setup M enu B FR AME NO. [ CONT .] New pic tures are stor ed in im- age files named u sing a four - digit file number ass igned by addi ng one to the last file number used. The file num- ber is displa yed during play- back as shown at right.
1 04 The Setup M enu I PLA YBACK V OLUM E [7 ] Adj ust the volume for movie and vo ice memo playback. J LCD BRI GHTNE SS [ 0] Con trol the brigh tness of the dis play . T MON ITOR SUNLIG HT MODE [OFF] Selec t O N to ma ke the displa y in t he monitor eas- ier t o read in brigh t ligh t.
1 05 Me nus The Setup M enu L DUAL IS MODE [ L ] Choose from the followi ng image stabilization option s: Opt ion De scr iptio n L CONTINUOUS + MOTION Image stabilization on. If + MOTION is sel ected, the camera will adjust shutter spe ed to reduce m otion blur when a moving object s are detec ted.
1 06 The Setup M enu k AE/AF-LOC K MODE [P] If AE& AF ON WH EN PRESSING is selec ted, ex- posur e and/ or focu s will lock while the AE/AF LOCK but t on is pressed.
1 07 Me nus The Setup M enu j FOCUS CHEC K [ ON] If O N is selec t e d, the image will be magnified in the dis play to assi st focus when the focus ring is rota ted in manua l focus mode ( P 4 9 ).
1 08 The Setup M enu Q VID EO SY STE M Choose a video mode for connection to a T V . Opt ion De scr iptio n NTSC Selec t this m ode for c onne ction t o video devices in Nor th America, the Caribbean, par ts of Latin Americ a, and some E ast Asian coun trie s.
1 09 T ec hnic al Not es Optiona l Acc essori es The camera suppor ts a wide range of acc essories from F UJ IFILM and o ther manufac tur ers. ■ Audi o/Visu al St andard TV * ■ Dig ital viewer Suppor ts 3 D display of pictures t aken us ing INDIVD.
1 10 Optional Accessories Accessories from FUJIFI LM The fol lowing optional acc essories are available from FU JIF ILM. For the la test informat ion on the acces - sories a vailable i n your region, check with your local FU JIF ILM re presenta tive or vi sit http :/ /ww w .
1 1 1 T ec hnic al Not es Car ing for the Ca mera T o en sure c ontin ued enjoyment of the pr oduc t, observe the following pr ecautions. Storage and Use If the camera wi ll not be used for an ex tended pe - riod, r emove the batter y and memor y card.
1 1 2 T ro uble shoo ti ng Prob lems and Solu tions Power an d Bat ter y Pro ble m Sol utio n The c amera do es not turn on . • The ba tte ry i s exh aust ed : Charge th e batter y or inser t a fu lly-ch arged spare bat ter y ( P 9). • The ba tte ry i s ins ert ed inc orr ec tly : Reinser t in the corre ct ori entation ( P 1 0).
1 1 3 T ro uble shoo ti ng Problems and Solutions Men us and D ispl ays Pro ble m Sol utio n Menus and disp lays are not in English. Sel ect E NGLI SH for Q a ( P 1 6, 1 01 ). Sho oting Pro ble m Sol utio n No pic ture is taken wh en the shut ter but ton is presse d.
1 1 4 Problems and Solutions Pro ble m Sol utio n No fa ce is detected . • The su bjec t ’s face i s obsc ure d by sun gla sses, a h at, lo ng ha ir , o r othe r obje ct s : Remove th e obstr ucti ons.
1 1 5 T ro uble shoo ti ng Problems and Solutions Pro ble m Sol utio n Pict ures are mot tled. • A slow s hut ter sp eed i s sele ct ed at hi gh tem per atur es : T his is normal and do es not indic ated a mal- func tion .
1 16 Problems and Solutions Conn ec tions /Mis cell aneou s Pro ble m Sol utio n No pic ture or so und. • The c amer a is no t pro perl y conn ec ted : Conn ect t he camer a properl y ( P 72 ). • An A /V c abl e was co nnec te d dur ing mov ie pl ayba ck : Connec t the camer a once movie p layback has ende d.
1 1 7 T ro uble shoo ti ng Problems and Solutions Pro ble m Sol utio n Hue or content of display changes u nexp ecte dly . Cho ose OFF for T MO NITOR SU NLIG HT MOD E ( P 4). Tim e and date stamps • Tim e and da te sta mps ar e not c orr ec t : Set th e camera cl ock ( P 1 6).
1 18 W arni ng Messages an d Displa ys The following warni ngs are d ispla yed in the L CD monitor: Warn ing D esc ript ion B (red) Low batter y . Charge t he bat tery ( P 9) or inser t a fu lly-ch arged spare bat ter y ( P 10) . A (blink s red) Bat tery e xhausted .
1 19 T ro uble shoo ti ng Warning Messages and Displays Warn ing D esc ript ion p T urn t he cam era of f and wai t for i t to coo l. If no a ctio n is taken , the camera will tur n of f autom ati- cally. CA RD ERROR The m emor y card is not for matted for us e in the camer a.
1 2 0 Warning Messages and Displays Warn ing D esc ript ion FRA ME NO. FULL The camer a has r un out of fr ame numb ers (current f rame number is 999 -9999). Fo rmat the memo - r y card and sele ct RENE W for B FRAME NO. T ake a pict ure to reset frame numberin g to 1 0 0- 0 00 1 , then se lec t C O NTIN UOUS for B FR AME NO.
1 2 1 T ro uble shoo ti ng Warning Messages and Displays Warn ing D esc ript ion NO C ARD No memo ry c ard inser ted when E COPY is sele cted . Ins ert a m emor y card. b NO IM AGE The s ource selec ted for E COPY contains no ima ges. Sel ec t a dif ferent source.
1 2 2 App end ix Inter nal Memory /Memory Card Ca pacity The following table shows the recor ding time or number of pictures a vailable at dif fer ent image siz es. All figures are appr oximat e; file size varies with the scene recor ded, producing wide variati ons in the number of files tha t can be stor e d.
1 2 3 App end ix Specificatio ns Syst em Mod el Digit al Camera Fin ePix HS3 5EXR Ef fec ti ve pixe ls 16 million Ima ge sen sor 1 / 2 - in., EXR CMOS wi th primar y color f ilter Stor age me dia • Internal memo ry (approx.
1 2 4 Specif icat ions Syst em Met erin g 256- segment t hrou gh- t he - l ens ( T TL ) metering; MUL TI, SPOT , AVERAGE Ex posu re co ntr ol Programm ed AE ( with p rogr am shif t ), shut ter -p rior.
1 2 5 App end ix Specif icat ions Inp ut / o utpu t term ina ls A /V O UT (audio/vid eo ou tput) NTSC or P AL o utput wit h monaural s ound HDMI o utpu t HDMI Mini Con nec tor Dig ita l inp ut/ou tpu t USB 2.
1 2 6 Specif icat ions Power s upp ly/othe r Power s our ces NP-W1 2 6 re chargeable bat ter y Bat ter y li fe (approxi mate num- ber of f ram es that c an be t aken wit h a fully -cha rged b atte ry).
1 2 7 App end ix Specif icat ions NP-W12 6 r ech arg eabl e bat ter y Nom ina l volt age 7 . 2 V DC Nom ina l cap acit y 1 260 mAh Op erat ing te mper atur e 0 °C – +4 0 °C / + 32 °F – + 1 04 °F Di mens ions ( W × H × D ) 36.4 m m × 4 7 .1 m m × 1 5.
1 2 8 Specif icat ions Col or T el evisi on Syste ms NTSC ( N ational T e levision S ystem C ommittee) is a color television t ele casting specification adopted mainly i n the U.S.A ., Canada, and Japan. P AL ( P hase A lternation by L ine) is a color television sy stem adopted mainly in European countries and China.
1 2 9 Memo.
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Restri c tion s on Camer a Set tin gs Shooti ng Mode and C a mera Setting s The options ava ilable in eac h shooting mode are li sted below . O B Adv. N P S A M SP1/S P2 F R S T U A i j n i C D L Z T .
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Restrictions on Camera Set tings O B Adv. N P S A M SP1/S P2 F R S T U A i j n i C D L Z T m M N O H U Q R V U V W O S ✔ O ✔ ✔✔ ✔✔ ✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔.
Restrictions on Camera Set tings O B Adv. N P S A M SP1/S P2 F R S T U A i j n i C D L Z T m M N O H U Q R V U V W W i 1920 ✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔.
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